SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF A SEATED MILITIA SOLDIER

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Item Code: 1138-2028

This unknown subject sits at a table on which his left arm rests. He wears a dark slouch hat with a flat crown, hat cord, ostrich plume and with the letters “KSP” attached to the front of the crown. He also wears a dark civilian frockcoat with fronds attached to the lapel and matching dark trousers with a white shirt. At his waist is a leather sword belt with decorative stitching and a Pattern 1851 officer’s belt plate.

Contrast and clarity are good. The plate is clean.

From the collection of the late William A. Turner.

Image is unmounted.  [ad][ph:L]

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